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Date of Issue: November 30, 2006

Streetlife

Anna Maria

No reports.

 

Bradenton Beach

Nov. 10, 2400 block of Avenue C, grand theft. A man reported two personal watercraft and a trailer stolen from his rental unit.

Nov. 10, 1603 Gulf Drive N., Tradewinds Resort, burglary. A woman reported a purse missing and cash stolen from a drawer in her room.

Nov. 11, 2700 block of Gulf Drive North, grand theft. A man reported that his girlfriend allegedly took his vehicle and hadn’t made contact with him for the past four days.

Nov. 11, 402 Church Ave., Bradenton Beach Marina, grand theft. A man reported that he loaned his truck to another man, expecting it to be returned later that morning. The suspect did not return the vehicle and the owner was unable to reach him by phone or at his home before reporting the vehicle stolen.

Nov. 12, 200 block of Gulf Drive North, traffic arrest. A vehicle was stopped by an officer due to a loud stereo. The driver was arrested for driving without a license.

Nov. 13, 2100 Gulf Drive S., Coquina Park, warrant arrest. A vehicle was seen in the park after closing. A woman in the vehicle was then arrested on a Sarasota County warrant for battery.

 

Holmes Beach

Nov. 9, 5410 Marina Drive, D.Coy Ducks, criminal mischief. A man was arrested after he pulled down some flags and knocked over potted plants in front of D. Coy Ducks and Ooh La La! Bistro. When police arrived, the suspect was beating on the door of D.Coy Ducks and, according to the report, appeared intoxicated. He was ordered from the property.

Nov. 9, 5108 Gulf Drive, Driftwood Motel, assist MCSO. A man was taken into custody on a Manatee County warrant and turned over to the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office and placed under arrest.

Nov. 10, 400 block of 74th Street, suspicious incident. A man reported that he had made a few sales online at e-Bay and asked a roommate to mail the packages. When he returned home, he discovered the merchandise had not been mailed and the money from the sales was missing.

Nov. 11, 900 block of Manatee Avenue, driver’s license. A vehicle was stopped for running a red light. The driver was arrested for driving with a license that had been suspended for 10 years due to a DUI charge. According to the report, the man was not only charged for running a red light, but also having an open container of alcohol, an expired tag, and driving with a suspended license. The vehicle was impounded since the owner reportedly never showed up to retrieve it.

Nov. 12, 5801 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach Police Department, information. A woman required the signature of a police officer for a form allowing her to visit Florida from Ohio while on probation.

Nov. 14, 100 block of 31st Street, burglary. A property manager was notified that two windows on the rear of a residence were broken. Upon further investigation, it appeared someone had been living in the residence without consent.

Nov. 14, 4900 block of Gulf Drive, assist other agency. According to the report, an officer assisted a Florida Child Protective Service worker on a walk-through of a residence and family to ensure the welfare of the children. The scene was cleared with nothing negative observed.

Nov. 15, 500 block of 70th Street, domestic argument. A domestic violence packet was given to a woman who reported to be in fear of her safety after having an altercation with her boyfriend.

Nov. 15, 3600 block of Sixth Avenue, theft. A woman reported jewelry and her medication missing from her home.

Nov. 15, 500 block of Key Royale, trespass. Officers received a report of a homeless man sleeping on a porch, although officers did not find the person.

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